Make A Donation
Why Make A Donation?
The Alkebulan Trust relies on donations from our fantastic supporters to fund our workshops and the rebuilding of the infrastructure in Africa.
You are helping us stop the cycle of the economic system not just in Africa but with the majority of the African people in the diaspora.
You are also helping with the running costs, such as the phone bill, and the website maintenance.
As well as helping us do workshops within the African and Caribbean diaspora.
There are various ways, on how you can make a donation. Below is a list of options, please select which ever you feel suits your circumstance.
Make a single donation with Paypal
Make a regular donation with Paypal
2. Bank Transfer
Name: NA ALKEBULAN NTUKWASI
Sort Code: 08-71-99
Account Number: 04018147
It has been 6 decades since Kwame Nkrumah helped Ghana, claimed their independence from Western colonial powers, which then other African countries followed shortly after. It is no secret that during the colonization, Africa was used and abused since the turn of the 17th century mainly because of the natural resources that we have.
Despite the abolition of slavery, there is a new form of colonialism, which is called Neo-Colonialism. This is why 5 out of 7 children a day in Africa, go with poor education, that results into poor self-development, and a poor economy system. It is also the reason why there is a massive divide between the wealthy and the extremely poor.
Also African & Caribbean children in other countries like Britain and the USA, are not given the right education on purpose for them to truly prosper, they are taught negative things, in regards to Africa. Therefore colonialism is still in effect and the ones pulling the strings are continuing to profit even more from our resources. To stop this cycle, we rely on your donations to re-educate our people through workshops. It is a massive task so every donation that you do make we are very grateful for your support.
If you have any other methods of raising funds, or any question then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 0800 689 1794 and press option 4.